The 2019 Mercedes-Benz G-Glass will be officially worked on by Brabus for tuning. The renowned German aftermarket tuner has announced it would try hands at the new Mercedes-Benz G500.
Brabus has upgraded both the engine and aesthetics of the Mercedes-Benz G500
The already-impressive twin-turbo 4L V8 engine has been upgraded to get extra 78 HP/ 74 pound-feet of torque to recap a total of 493 HP @ 5,600 rpm.
With its power improved, it only takes the tuned car to accelerate from rest to 52 mph in just 5.7 seconds while being able to reach a top speed of 130 mph.
Not only is the engine well handled, but also the outer look is beautified where it houses a set of alloy wheels. However, that’s not the most eye-drawing part on the exterior. The true points should be noted lie in the carbon fibre custom hood that comes along with a functional scoop.
With its power improved, it only takes the tuned car to accelerate from rest to 52 mph in just 5.7 seconds
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The tuned car also comes with roof-mounted LED lights and a rear spoiler.
If customers are willing to pay for an extra cost, their vehicles will be equipped with a stainless steel exhaust system that has two chrome tips on each side. This system allows the driver to choose between two modes, one quiet and one loud for a supercar feel.
A stainless steel exhaust system that has two chrome tips on each side will cost extra money
Brabus uses various types of leather to scatter throughout the interior. Besides a carbon fiber trim, wood accents, scuff plates, and aluminum pedals embellish what’s inside the G-Glass.
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